My experience with Nick goes back eight years or so when he had a local radio show. He was selling cash-flow investment properties with tenants in place. I met Nick at his office (Starbucks) and proceeded to purchase two turn key rental properties in Detroit. Long story short, the neighborhoods went to rock bottom, I couldn't keep tenants, and I lost the properties. I never blamed Nick for my bad investment decision as the ultimate one was made by me.
On 10/14, Fast forward 8 years, I hear a radio add for a free upcoming NVREA home flipping course. I decide to go see what it is all about, fully aware that there would be additional training offered at the event (I have previously done Rich Dad training). After the presenter was finished, I introduced myself and shared my past experiences with Nick. The presenter immediately called Nick and told him I was there. After telling Nick that no, I was not pissed off, he asked what he could do for me. Nick told him to do whatever he had to in order to get me to the upcoming three day training. He wanted to get me the tools to make up the money I had lost in our previous dealings.
I attended the three day training and met the members of the NVREA "Family". I was touched by the caring and love that the every team member put forth. They truly want every student to succeed in what they do. They put a great emphasis on having a strong "why" for doing this business. They know that it is your "why" that will drive you to succeed when the going gets tough. I feel that with what I learned in the three day training, I could have been successful and would have recouped my investment over time. However, I chose to continue my education and signed up for the 4 day bus trip. I felt that it would expedite the learning process and most likely cost me less in the long run than striking out on my own. Yes, I had to leverage a few credit cards to pay for the training, but I trusted the "family" and felt that the reward would be worth the risk. I knew in my gut that it was the right decision.
The four day bus trip was a great experience. It was long and eventful. The days (and late nights) were filled with education, networking (a key part of the business), fun, and entertainment. The people I met (including more of the NVREA "family") and the things I learned are changing my life and the lives of my family members (a major part of my "why").
Yes, the training does require a substantial investment from the student. Yes, there is quite a bit of time involved in building your system / team. And most importantly, YES, the Reward does overshadow the necessary investment of both time and money.
I am currently in the process of flipping 4 homes simultaneously while remaining at my day job. I have not spent a dollar of my own money on any of the 4 properties. The average profit we are expecting to net on each home is around $50,000 and they should all be completed and sold in the next 6 months.
My Real Estate flipping business could not have gotten where it is today without the training, guidance, and support of the NVREA Family.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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